the twist: the butterscotch blues

Lately the news has been; well the news.  After I ferried my tax returns to the irs, remembered the 98th anniversary of the sinking of the titanic, and watched the top blow off the icelandic volcano,  my favorite ice cream place confirmed that butterscotch topping was discontinued nationwide. wait what… i immediately contacted my news source in the big apple, and it’s true. just when you needed some butterscotch and comfort watching thousands stranded at airports.  can we say…survival.  being the optimist let me offer some promotional hope.

do the twist:  the traveler’s survival kit

 features a number of useful props.

  1.  a comb, so you don’t look like a crazed person at the ticket counter
  2.  antibacterial wipes,  for the cut you gave yourself when banging on the  ticket counter
  3. bandages, for the same cut
  4. toothbrush and paste,  hoping that clean breath will get you on the next flight
  5. tissues, when your hotness and clean breath still leave you stranded   

more twists:   I don’t report the news, I just read it…but you can find this kit and many newsworthy promotions at www.creative-crossroads.com planes, boats, trains, here, there and everywhere (hey Sir Paul) until next week, allow me a moment with my butterscotch blues.

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3 Comments

  1. Jodie,

    I thoroughly enjoyed your humor, and it was genius the way you tied-in the events with the travel kit.

    Thank you and keep up the good work!

    Reply
  2. Jodie
    Try the local supermarket for your butterscotch topping. If not I will try to get a recipe for you.
    thanks
    Greg Johnson
    Anico

    Reply
    • All butterscotch updates are welcome. Thanks for reading the blog and the shout out.

      Reply

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